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4 Places to Learn all About Toronto Auctions

posted on July 22, 2015 by Don Reinhart | No Comments

Are you a first-timer to the world of auctions? Are you excited to get some experience, and discover some great finds at an auction? Finding success at auctions can be a bit of a challenge, as you’ll need to learn to develop an eye for discerning whether items are of value or not, and find the balance between winning a bid while still staying within your budget. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of sources you can go to, to learn all about auctions!

Things to Be Aware of at Furniture Auctions in Mississauga

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Are you planning to attend any of the many furniture auctions in Mississauga in the coming months?  You’re not alone. 20

Moving Away? Head to Furniture Auctions in Caledon Today for New Furnishings

posted on June 27, 2015 by Don Reinhart | No Comments

Moving to a new place is often the start of something new: new environment, new community, and new home furnishings. During the process of packing up your furniture, you may have realized that some items won’t fit in your new home. This could be due to size restrictions, or even difference in style – it doesn’t quite match the way your new home is laid out. In any case, heading to furniture auctions in Caledon can help you find new furnishings to keep your home looking updated and refreshed.

It’s Okay to Go to Equipment Auctions in Toronto Just to Look Around

posted on June 19, 2015 by Don Reinhart | No Comments

It’s understandable that people who have never been to equipment auctions before might find the experience to be a little20

How an Experienced Toronto Auctioneer Can Make Your Life Easier

posted on June 10, 2015 by Don Reinhart | No Comments

Whether you’re planning to move, downsize, or just declutter to make room, it begins the inevitable process (and possible headache!) of having to look for buyers for your possessions. An experienced Toronto auctioneer can make the process much simpler for you and make your life easier.

9 Things You Need to Bring to Storage Locker Auctions in Mississauga

posted on May 22, 2015 by Don Reinhart | No Comments

There’s nothing like coming to a storage locker auction in Mississauga fully prepared. As they say, preparation is half the battle! We agree wholeheartedly. That’s why we’ve prepared this checklist for you. Keep it handy where you can easily find it, and win the storage locker!

How to Know You’re Getting Bargains at Equipment Auctions in Toronto

posted on May 15, 2015 by Don Reinhart | No Comments

If you’ve ever been to any equipment auctions in Toronto, you know that they are a huge deal! People come20

Extra Costs to Keep in Mind at Furniture Auctions in Mississauga

posted on May 7, 2015 by Don Reinhart | No Comments

Attending furniture auctions in Mississauga are a fun way to find some new items for your home décor. We want to make sure it remains as stress-free for you as possible. This includes finally finding and winning the bid for a furniture you like, but realizing that you may have paid more for it in terms of hidden costs.

8 Tips for Buying the Right Merchandise at Toronto Antique Auctions

posted on April 14, 2015 by Don Reinhart | No Comments

Toronto and the city’s surrounding communities that make up the GTA will have tons of antique auctions this spring and summer. If you’re planning to head out to visit them – and potentially make some bids! – you may want to keep these tips in mind. They’ll help you ensure that whatever you bid on or bring home is perfect for your needs.

In-Person Auctions vs. Online Auctions: Which is the Best to Attend in Toronto?

posted on April 7, 2015 by Don Reinhart | No Comments

Sometimes we get questions from our customers about which type of auction in Toronto is best to attend: in-person or online. It’s really a matter of preference. But we’ve decided to make it easier and break it down through a pros and cons list for clarification.